Azhar is a film that flouts all the underlying principles of continuity editing, shot composition, and narrative structure. It was like a student production was given the budget and stars of a Bollywood flick.
It is an incorrigibly stupid film that also fails due to its inherent lack of ambition and drive. It's like the filmmakers were consciously trying not to entertain the audiences, even unintentionally.
Even Rajat Aroraa's cheap, drivel-laced dialogue is embarrassingly cringe-inducing instead of the superfluous, faux-weighty smack talk you come to expect of him.
Azhar is nothing but an uninspired, unremarkable, and unceasing bore made with the express motive of cleaning out the principal's name.